Post-UTME Is Illegal And Should Be Scrapped—LEDAP

Filed in Education News | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On February 17, 2016

Post-UTME Is Illegal And Should Be Scrapped— Legal Defence and Assistance Project, LEDAP

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The Legal Defence and Assistance Project ( LEDAP ) has filed a case at the Federal High Court Abuja seeking for an order that post-UTME test conducted by universities and polytechnics before admitting students is illegal and should be abolished.

In a suit filed by the group recently against Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, the group claimed that there is no law authorizing the universities to subject candidates to a second screening or test after the UTME examination by JAMB.

The group also claimed that the POST-UTME test has become a source of boldface corruption in the universities and polytechnics.
“ Lecturers and admission officials charge candidates huge sums of money using the Post-UTME as smokescreen,” it said.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Gud evening sir, plz I hard dat post utme has been cancelled but my question here is we dat re going for polytechnic wht re we going to do? Cos my result was 174 so sir wht re we going to do?

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